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Journal Entry Troff documentFruits & Vegetables are important
Add these resources to your arsenal of healthy-eating tools to help you get more fruits and vegetables in your diet.
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Journal EntryHeat stress is a concern even for the fittest Warfighter
Heat acclimatization is the process of giving your body the time needed to adapt to exertion in extreme heat. Even the fittest Warfighters need to take time to acclimatize.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsSleep as a child is linked to body weight as an adult
Children under age 11 who don't get enough sleep are more likely to become overweight as adults.
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Journal EntryHow families can benefit from the USDA’s switch to MyPlate
The USDA’s new MyPlate program is designed to make learning about and practicing healthy eating habits more appealing and more fun for all members of the family.
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Journal EntryFood and color additives: What are they?
If you read product labels, you know there are numerous “mystery” ingredients in many foods. This FDA brochure takes some of the mystery away.
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Journal EntryNot all sunscreens are created equal
The FDA is taking steps to protect and educate consumers about sun exposure and sunscreen products. Choose "broad spectrum" products for greatest protection.
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Journal EntryThe effect of combat on communication
Combat is stressful. Here are some tips that can help you overcome the impact of combat on your relationships.
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Journal Entry C headerGet FITT to optimize muscle strength
Optimize your muscle strength and endurance by following the FITT principle.
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Journal Entry C headerTry calisthenics to improve strength
Calisthenics may help improve your strength.
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Journal EntryKeys to building family resilience
A new RAND report points out key resilience-building features that families can use.
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